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Full text of "Block Grant Child Care Monthly Management Report September 2012 (updated 12/30/13)"

Missouri Department of 

SOCIAL SERVICES 

Your Potential. Our Support. 

Children's Division 
Early Childhood and 
Prevention Services Section 

BLOCK GRANT 
CHILD CARE 
MONTHLY 
MANAGEMENT 
REPORT 

September 2012 

Missouri Department of Social Services 

Research & Evaluation 
221 W. High Street 
Jefferson City, MO 65101 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Figure 1 Map of Regions 1 

Figure 2 Reason for Care 2 

Figure 3 Children Served by Facility 2 

Figure 4 Children Served by Provider 2 

Table 1 Statewide Summary 3 

Table 2 Applications 4-5 

Table 3 Reason for Care 6-7 

Figure 5 Children Served 8 

Figure 6 Child Care Payments 8 

Figure 7 Children Served by Region 9 

Table 4 Children Served and Payments by Fund Category 10-11 

Figure 8 Total Children Served By Age Group 12 

Figure 9 Children Served Age < 2 by Facility 12 

Figure 10 Children Served Ages 2-5 by Facility 13 

Figure 11 Children Served Ages > 5 by Facility 13 

Figure 12 Children Served in Center by Age 14 

Figure 13 Children Served in Family Home by Age 14 

Figure 14 Children Served in Group Home by Age 14 

Table 5 Children Served & Payments by Child Age & Facility 15-16 

Table 6 Child Care Demographics 17 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - i 



Figure 15 Children Served by Provider Type 18 

Figure 16 Child Care Providers by Type 18 

Table 7 Child Served, Providers & Payments by Provider Type 19 

GLOSSARY 

FCS/AC/CTS/I I S Family Centered Services/Alternative Care/Children's Treatment 
Services/Intensive In-Home Services 

IM Income Maintenance 

ECPSS Early Childhood and Prevention Services Section 



NOTES 



Unless noted elsewhere, all data contained in this report is based on payments made 
during the report month, usually for care provided the previous month. 

Payment data provided is for informational purposes only and is not meant to provide 
an auditable account of expenditures. 

Observe caution in the use of percentages when the base for computations is small, 
especially if observations total less than 100. 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - ii 



Figure 1. Regions 



NW REGION 



Nodaway 



Worth 



Harrison 



Daviess 



KC REGION 



Mercer 



Grundy 



Livingston 



Putnam 


^^Schuyk-r 


Suilivan 








Adair 






Linn 


Macon 







Scotland 



Chariton 



Randolph 



Clark 



Monroe 



Audram 




Marion 



NE REGION 



Vernon 



Barton 



Callaway 



St Louis City 

STL REGION 



Cedar 



Jasper 



Newton 



McDonald 



Dade 



Greene 



Phelps 



Webster 



Barry 



Christian 



Stone 



Wright 



Texas 



Douglas 



Taney 



Ozark 



Howell 



SW REGION 




Shannon 



Oregon 



SE REGION 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 1 



Figure 2. Reason for Child Care 



September 2012 



12- Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 



Employment 
19,683 
63% 





Figure 3. Children Served by Facility 
September 2012 



12-Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 





Figure 4. Children Served by Provider 



September 2012 



9,415 
21% 



License Exempt 
4,611 
11% 



^^^^ 






1 s. 



30,286 
68% 



12-Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 



License Exempt 
4,799 
10% 




DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 2 



TABLE 1. CHILD CARE STATEWIDE SUMMARY 
Sep 2012 





NUMBER 


NUMBER 


NUMBER 


NUMBER 


CHANGE 


CHANGE 


CHANGE 




OR AMOUNT 


OR AMOUNT OR AMOUNT OR AMOUNT 


FROM 


FROM 


FROM 




Sep-2012 


Aug-2012 


Jul-2012 


Sep-2011 


LAST MONTH 


2 MONTHS AGO 


LAST YEAR 




APPLICATIONS RECEIVED 


6,026 


9,193 


6,693 


7,190 


-34.5% 


-10.0% 


-16.2% 


APPLICATIONS APPROVED 


3,476 


4,858 


3,483 


4,494 


-28.4% 


-0.2% 


-22.7% 


APPLICATIONS REJ ECTED 


2,845 


3,316 


2,411 


2,761 


-14.2% 


18.0% 


3.0% 


APPLICATIONS PENDING 


1,788 


2,184 


1,609 


1,368 


-18.1% 


11.1% 


30.7% 


15 DAYS OR LESS 


1,143 


1,672 


1,294 


1,128 


-31.6% 


-11.7% 


1.3% 


MORE THAN 15 DAYS 


645 


512 


315 


240 


26.0% 


104.8% 


168.8% 


HOUSEHOLD REASON FOR CARE* 














EMPLOYMENT 


19,683 


19,981 


20,466 


21,988 


-1.5% 


-3.8% 


-10.5% 


EDUCATION 


4,195 


4,104 


3,832 


5,601 


2.2% 


9.5% 


-25.1% 


TRAINING 


913 


917 


921 


1,081 


-0.4% 


-0.9% 


-15.5% 


PROTECTIVE SERVICES 


6,356 


6,276 


6,246 


6,263 


1.3% 


1.8% 


1.5% 


SPECIAL NEED 


89 


90 


98 


110 


-1.1% 


-9.2% 


-19.1% 


INCAPACITATED PARENT 


247 


249 


280 


338 


-0.8% 


-11.8% 


-26.9% 


TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS 


31,483 


31,617 


31,843 


35,381 


-0.4% 


-1.1% 


-11.0% 


CHILDREN SERVED BY FACILITY 
















CENTER CARE 


30,482 


30,170 


31,134 


34,660 


1.0% 


-2.1% 


-12.1% 


FAMILY HOME CARE 


12,591 


12,578 


12,779 


15,397 


0.1% 


-1.5% 


-18.2% 


GROUP HOME CARE 


988 


951 


977 


1,080 


3.9% 


1.1% 


-8.5% 


CHILDREN SERVED BY PROVIDER 














LICENSED 


30,286 


29,786 


30,783 


34,834 


1.7% 


-1.6% 


-13.1% 


LICENSE EXEMPT 


4,611 


4,518 


4,775 


5,403 


2.1% 


-3.4% 


-14.7% 


REGISTERED 


9,415 


9,442 


9,428 


11,094 


-0.3% 


-0.1% 


-15.1% 




TOTAL (UN DUPLICATED) 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


43,558 


43,342 


44,470 


50,353 


0.5% 


-2.1% 


-13.5% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$12,840,948 


$13,572,634 


$13,162,502 


$14,982,742 


-5.4% 


-2.4% 


-14.3% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$295 


$313 


$296 


$298 


-5.9% 


-0.4% 


-0.9% 


OTHER ASSISTANCE RECEIVED 
















TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


5,983 


5,339 


6,116 


7,157 


12.1% 


-2.2% 


-16.4% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$1,927,805 


$1,804,040 


$1,982,411 


$2,264,759 


6.9% 


-2.8% 


-14.9% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$322 


$338 


$324 


$316 


-4.6% 


-0.5% 


1.8% 


MEDICAID ONLY 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


30,444 


30,924 


31,268 


35,875 


-1.6% 


-2.6% 


-15.1% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$8,334,738 


$9,048,506 


$8,611,237 


$9,987,718 


-7.9% 


-3.2% 


-16.6% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$274 


$293 


$275 


$278 


-6.6% 


-0.5% 


-1.7% 


FOOD STAMPS ONLY 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


649 


616 


663 


873 


5.4% 


-2.1% 


-25.7% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$172,271 


$172,689 


$175,746 


$225,990 


-0.2% 


-2.0% 


-23.8% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$265 


$280 


$264 


$259 


-5.3% 


0.6% 


2.5% 


CHILDREN SERVICES 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


6,356 


6,276 


6,246 


6,263 


1.3% 


1.8% 


1.5% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$2,364,637 


$2,498,423 


$2,350,451 


$2,450,624 


-5.4% 


0.6% 


-3.5% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$372 


$398 


$376 


$391 


-6.5% 


-1.1% 


-4.9% 


NO OTHER IM ASSISTANCE 
















CHILDREN SERVED 


151 


187 


177 


211 


-19.3% 


-14.7% 


-28.4% 


CHILD CARE PAYMENTS 


$41,499 


$48,975 


$42,659 


$53,651 


-15.3% 


-2.7% 


-22.7% 


AVERAGE PER CHILD 


$275 


$262 


$241 


$254 


4.9% 


14.0% 


8.1% 



* Households include those active & authorized for care at month end, except for Protective Services which are considered single child 
households active during the month. 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 3 



TABLE 2. CHILD CARE APPLICATIONS 
Sep-12 















APPLICATION RESOLUTION 




44- 
# 


■u- 
# 


■a- 
# 


rCKLtlN 1 


1 vJ 1 AL 


15 DAYS 


16 DAYS 


0/_ Alien 

u /o OVER 




KtLClVCU 


a DDonucn 
ftrrKUVtU 


K.CJCU 1 CU 


KCJCU 1 CU 


Dccni wen 

KC9ULVCU 


/\D 1 CCC 

OR LESS 


An MADE 

OR MORE 


15 DAYS 


NW REGION 


ATCHISON 


i 
i 


A 
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1 
1 


i nn n% 

1UU.U /o 


1 


1 


A 

u 


A AO/ 
U.U70 




CALDWELL 


i 
i 


1 
1 


7 
Z 


fifi 7% 
DD. / /o 


■D 

J 




A 

u 


A AO/ 
U.U70 




CARROLL 


7 
Z 


7 
Z 


1 


3 3 1®L 

JJ. J /o 


■D 

J 


z 


1 


■3 3 30/ 
00.070 




CASS 


9.1 

oz 


JO 


jl 


*f*f .3 /0 


fiQ 


JO 


lb 


00/ 
ZO.Z70 




CHARITON 


O 
J 


7 
Z 


1 


JJ. J /o 


J 




A 
U 


A AO/ 
U.U70 




CLINTON 


D 


/i 
*f 


O 
J 


*f Z.y /o 


7 


D 


1 


1/1 30/ 
14.070 




COOPER 


Q 

y 


J 


D 


34. J /0 


1 1 
1 1 


c 

J 


b 


54.5% 




DAVI ESS 


A 

u 


1 


A 

u 


n n% 

U.U /o 


1 


1 


A 
U 


A AO/ 
U.U70 




GENTRY 


7 
Z 


1 


A 

u 


n n% 

U.U /o 


1 


A 
U 


1 


1 AA AO/ 
1UU.U70 




GRUNDY 


O 
J 


A 
H 


1 
1 


in n% 

z u . U /o 


J 


z 


D 


cn ao/ 




HARRISON 


A 
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1 
1 


1 
1 


n% 

jU.U/o 


7 
Z 


A 
U 


z 


1 AA AO/ 
1UU.U70 




HOLT 


A 
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1 
1 


A 
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n n% 

U.U /o 


1 


1 


A 
U 


A AO/ 
U.U70 




JOHNSON 


A"\ 


JJ 


JU 


zifi i°/ n 

4D.Z /o 


fiR 
D J 


47 


1 Q 


07 70/ 
11 .170 




LAFAYETTE 


11 
ZZ 


i n 

1U 


1 fi 
ID 


fii r% 

01. J /o 


?fi 
ZD 


15 


11 


A O 30/ 
4Z.070 




LINN 


A 
H 


i 
i 


O 
J 


7R n% 

/ j . U /o 


A 
H 


1 




7C AO/ 
/ D.U70 




LIVINGSTON 


1 1 
10 


j 


1U 


fifi 7% 
DD. / /o 


ID 


b 


Q 

y 


cn ao/ 
bU.Uvo 




MERCER 


1 
1 


A 

u 


i 
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1 A A AO/, 

1UU.U /o 


1 







0.0% 




NODAWAY 


7 


9 


2 


18.2% 


11 


7 


4 


36.4% 




PETTIS 


71 


27 


65 


70.7% 


92 


by 


23 


25.0% 




PUTNAM 




A 
H 


A 
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o n% 

U.U /o 


A 
H 


z 


2 


50.0% 




RAY 


i n 

1U 


Q 


A 
H 


10 fi% 
OU.O /o 


1 J 


11 


2 


15.4% 




SALINE 


i fi 

ID 


1 1 


1 fi 
ID 


J J . Z /0 


1Q 

zy 


1 Q 


10 


34.5% 




SULLIVAN 


O 

j 


7 
Z 


A 
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n n% 

U.U /o 


7 
Z 


z 





0.0% 




WORTH 


A 
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A 
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A 
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o n% 

U.U /o 


A 
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A 
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0.0% 




NW TOTAL 




1 7<; 

±/D 


1 Qd. 


3Z.O70 


joy 


ZD/ 


112 


30.4% 




















NE REGION 


ADAIR 


ID 


c 

J 


Q 
y 


fid. 

D4 . j /o 




7 


7 


50.0% 




AUDRAIN 


1 fi 
ID 


Q 
y 


D 


/in no/, 

4U.U /o 


ID 


1 A 

lu 


5 


33.3% 




BOONE 


1 fi,4 


fi7 
D / 


yo 


jy.4/o 


1 fiR 
ID J 


cc 
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100 


60.6% 




CALLAWAY 


1A 


1U 


?n 
zu 


fifi 7% 
DD. / /o 


■^n 

jU 


1 A 

1U 


20 


66.7% 




CLARK 


A 

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A 

u 


1 
1 


1 A A AO/ 

1UU.U /o 


1 
1 


1 





0.0% 




COLE 


7fi 


10 

zu 


'ty 


71 n% 
/ 1 . U /o 


fiQ 


ZZ 


47 


68.1% 




GASCONADE 


7 


D 


o 
J 


11 1®L 

JJ.J/O 


Q 


Q 

y 





0.0% 




HOWARD 


O 
J 


O 
J 


1 


ZD.U/o 


A 
H 


z 


2 


50.0% 




KNOX 


O 
J 


7 

z 


7 
Z 


jU.U/o 


A 
H 


■D 


1 


25.0% 




LEWIS 


D 


O 
J 


/i 
*f 


J / . 1 /o 


7 


z 


5 


71.4% 




LINCOLN 


31 


lj 


1Z 


ar n% 

40. U /o 


ZD 


17 


8 


32.0% 




MACON 


1 A 
1H 


D 


J 


coa 
4 J.J /o 


1 1 
1 1 


y 


2 


18.2% 




MARION 


11 
OZ 


1 fi 
ID 


Z'f 


fin n% 

DU.U /o 


AO 


OA 
ZU 


20 


50.0% 




MONITEAU 


O 
O 


o 



o 
O 


7? 7% 
/ Z . / /o 


1 1 
1 1 


z 


9 


81.8% 




MONROE 


O 
O 


O 
J 


A 
H 


J / . 1 /o 


7 


D 


1 


14.3% 




MONTGOMERY 


A 
H 


O 
J 


1 
1 


Z J . U /o 


A 
H 


4 





0.0% 




OSAGE 


7 


7 
Z 


7 
Z 


jU.U/o 


A 
H 


1 


3 


75.0% 




PIKE 


± J 


Q 


14 


fin q% 

ou.y /o 


11 
Z J 


17 


6 


26.1% 




RALLS 


6 


5 


6 


54.5% 


11 


Q 
O 


3 


27.3% 




RANDOLPH 


ii 

ZZ 


ID 


ID 


^n n% 

jU.U/o 


10 
jU 


Z J 


7 


23.3% 




SCHUYLER 


7 
Z 


7 
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7 
z 


^n n% 

jU.U/o 


/i 
H 


Z 


2 


50.0% 




SCOTLAND 


/I 


O 
J 


O 
J 


^n n% 

jU.U/o 


D 


D 





0.0% 




SHELBY 


1 


A 
U 


O 
J 


1 A A AO/ 
1UU.U /o 


J 


1 


2 


66.7% 




WARREN 


ID 


O 
O 


o 
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^n n% 

jU.U/o 


1 fi 
ID 


Q 




8 


50.0% 




NE TOTAL 








CO CO/. 






258 


50.3% 






















SE REGION 


BOLLINGER 


1U 


/I 
H 


7 
Z 


JJ. J /o 


D 


5 


1 


16.7% 




BUTLER 


zin 


ZD 




JJ." /o 


J3 


ZD 


14 


35.9% 




CAPE GIRARDEAU 


oz 


37 


zo 


tj.l /o 


fiR 

D J 


JZ 


13 


20.0% 




CARTER 


o 


o 


o 


0.0% 


o 








0.0% 




CRAWFORD 


17 


6 


4 


40.0% 


10 


10 





0.0% 




DENT 


9 


4 


3 


42.9% 


7 


5 


2 


28.6% 




DUNKLIN 


31 


9 


17 


65.4% 


26 


23 


3 


11.5% 




HOWELL 


39 


29 


23 


44.2% 


52 


30 


22 


42.3% 




IRON 


3 


4 





0.0% 


4 


4 





0.0% 




MADISON 


13 


11 


3 


21.4% 


14 


13 


1 


7.1% 




MARIES 


3 





2 


100.0% 


2 


1 


1 


50.0% 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 4 



TABLE 2. CHILD CARE APPLICATIONS 
Sep-12 





44- 
# 

KtLClVCU 


■u- 
# 

a DDonucn 
ftrrKUVtU 


■a- 
# 

KCJCU 1 CU 


rCKLtlN 1 
KCJCU 1 CU 


1 vJ 1 AL 
nccni wen 

KC9ULVCU 


APPLICATION RESOLUTION 


15 DAYS 16 DAYS % OVER 
OR LESS OR MORE 15 DAYS 




MISSISSIPPI 


IK 
ZD 


70 
zu 


c 

J 


in o% 

z u . U /o 


7R 
ZD 


20 


5 


20.0% 


NEW MADRID 


ID 


i n 

1U 


J 


33 3% 

JJ.J/O 


ID 


12 


3 


20.0% 


OREGON 


7 


i 
i 


j 


S3 3% 

OJ.J/0 


O 


5 


1 


16.7% 


PEMISCOT 


1A 
Z4 


1 7 


Q 


34 

.D /o 


Ifi 
ZD 


20 


6 


23.1% 


PERRY 


10 


j 


7 


Rfi 3% 

JO.J/0 


1 7 
1Z 


8 


4 


33.3% 


PHELPS 


7R 
ZD 


i n 

1U 


14 


Rfi 3% 

JO.J/0 


74 
Z4 


20 


4 


16.7% 


PULASKI 


30 
jU 


14 


11 
ZZ 


CI 10/„ 

D 1 . 1 /o 


jO 


33 


3 


8.3% 


REYNOLDS 


A 
U 


u 


A 
U 


n o% 

U.U /o 


A 
U 








0.0% 


RIPLEY 


7 


o 
O 


J 


3fi R% 

JO.J /o 


lj 


7 


6 


46.2% 


ST FRANCOIS 


7^; 
/ J 


R3 


7fi 

ZO 


34 

.D /o 


Ol 


63 


18 


22.2% 


STE GENEVIEVE 


ID 


j 


o 
O 


Dl.J/o 


lj 


7 


6 


46.2% 


SCOTT 


40 


jD 


1 Q 


34 R% 
j4, J /o 


JJ 


48 


7 


12.7% 


SHANNON 


4 


4 


1 


20.0% 


5 


5 





0.0% 


STODDARD 


ID 


14 


1 1 


AA AOA 
44 .U /0 


7R 
ZD 


21 


4 


16.0% 


TEXAS 


1 o 

1U 


D 


O 
J 


33 3% 
JJ.J/O 


Q 


6 


3 


33.3% 


WASHINGTON 


37 
jZ 


o 
O 


1 7 
1 / 


fis o% 

DO.U /o 


7R 
ZD 


21 


4 


16.0% 


WAYNE 


1 A 
14 


Q 


i o 

1U 


R7 

DZ.D /o 


1 Q 
13 


12 


7 


36.8% 


WRIGHT 


D 


J 


o 
O 


Ol. j /o 


lj 


9 


4 


30.8% 


SE TOTAL 










^■57 
DZ/ 


485 


142 


22.6% 






















SW REGION 


BARRY 


ID 


O 
J 


Q 


7R o% 

/ j . U /o 


1 7 
1Z 


10 


2 


16.7% 


BARTON 


1 o 
1U 


O 
J 


7 


70 0% 
/ U . U /o 


1 
1U 


7 


3 


30.0% 


BATES 


o 
j 


1 
1 


O 
J 


7R 0% 
/ j . U /o 


A 

4 


4 





0.0% 


BENTON 


ID 


1 7 

1Z 


1 1 


47 fi% 
4 / . O /o 


73 
Z J 


16 


7 


30.4% 


CAMDEN 


77 
Z / 


J 


ID 


7R 0% 
/ J . U /o 


70 
ZU 


13 


7 


35.0% 


CEDAR 


7 


4 


7 


fi3 

Oj.O /o 


1 1 
1 1 


7 


4 


36.4% 


CHRISTIAN 


fin 

DU 


7Q 

zy 


1A 
Z4 


4R 3% 
43. j /o 


jj 


38 


15 


28.3% 


DADE 


Z 


A 

u 


1 
1 


1 A A AO/, 
1UU.U /o 


1 


1 





0.0% 


DALLAS 


o 



O 
J 


A 
4 


J / . 1 /o 


7 


3 


4 


57.1% 


DOUGLAS 


D 


4 


1 
1 


70 0% 
Z U . U /o 


J 


4 


1 


20.0% 


GREENE 


ZDD 


1 1A 
1Z4 


14j 


Jj.O/o 


7fi7 
ZD / 


177 


90 


33.7% 


HENRY 


73 
Z J 


1 7 
1 / 


1Z 


41.4/0 


7Q 

zy 


22 


7 


24.1% 


HICKORY 


A 
4 


Z 


A 
U 


0% 
U.U /o 


Z 


2 





0.0% 


JASPER 


11D 


4 1 


01 


fifi A^L 
DD.4 /o 


1 77 
1ZZ 


68 


54 


44.3% 


LACLEDE 


7Q 

zy 


ID 


70 
zu 


J / . 1 /o 


JJ 


23 


12 


34.3% 


LAWRENCE 


70 
zu 


J 


ID 


7R 0% 
/ J . U /o 


70 
ZU 


16 


4 


20.0% 


MCDONALD 


i n 

1U 


Z 


7 


77 R% 
/ / . /o 


Q 


8 


1 


11.1% 


MILLER 


i 7 

1Z 


O 
J 


o 
J 


RO 0% 
jU.U/o 


D 


3 


3 


50.0% 


MORGAN 


D 


4 


7 


Oj.O /o 


1 1 
1 1 


7 


4 


36.4% 


NEWTON 


R7 

jZ 


30 

JU 


7fi 
ZD 


Zlfi A^L 
40.4 /o 


DO 


41 


15 


26.8% 


OZARK 


J 


A 

u 


■3 
J 


1 00 0% 
iuu.u /o 


J 


3 





0.0% 


POLK 


20 


21 


14 


40.0% 


35 


27 


8 


22.9% 


ST CLAIR 


5 


4 


4 


50.0% 


8 


7 


1 


12.5% 


STONE 


13 


8 


9 


52.9% 


17 


13 


4 


23.5% 


TANEY 


55 


22 


31 


58.5% 


53 


38 


15 


28.3% 


VERNON 


17 


7 


7 


50.0% 


14 


11 


3 


21.4% 


WEBSTER 


30 


16 


25 


61.0% 


41 


30 


11 


26.8% 


SW TOTAL 


825 


385 


489 


55.9% 


874 


599 


275 


31.5% 






KC REGION 


ANDREW 


11 


2 


3 


60.0% 


5 


4 


1 


20.0% 


BUCHANAN 


120 


66 


48 


42.1% 


114 


97 


17 


14.9% 


CLAY 


137 


57 


59 


50.9% 


116 


76 


40 


34.5% 


DE KALB 


4 


5 


2 


28.6% 


7 


4 


3 


42.9% 


JACKSON 


952 


539 


465 


46.3% 


1,004 


618 


386 


38.4% 


PLATTE 


48 


36 


41 


53.2% 


77 


54 


23 


29.9% 


KC TOTAL 


1,272 


705 


618 


46.7% 


1,323 


853 


470 


35.5% 




STL REGION 


FRANKLIN 


58 


22 


31 


58.5% 


53 


34 


19 


35.8% 


JEFFERSON 


140 


76 


53 


41.1% 


129 


109 


20 


15.5% 


ST CHARLES 


196 


86 


117 


57.6% 


203 


105 


98 


48.3% 


ST LOUIS COUNTY 


1,257 


630 


402 


39.0% 


1,032 


691 


341 


33.0% 


ST LOUIS CITY 


863 


830 


368 


30.7% 


1,198 


863 


335 


28.0% 


SL TOTAL 


2,514 


1,644 


971 


37.1% 


2,615 


1,802 


813 


31.1% 


STATEWIDE | | 6,026| 3,476| 2,845| 45.0%| 6,32l| 4,25l| 2,070| 32.7% 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 5 



TABLE 3. CHILD CARE HOUSEHOLDS AND REASON FOR CARE 

Sep-12 







REASON FOR CARE 




TOTAL 








PROTECTIVE 


SPECIAL 


INCAPACITATED 




HOUSEHOLDS 


EMPLOYMENT 


EDUCATION 


TRAINING 


SERVICES 


NEED 


PARENT 




NW REGION 


ATCHISON 


5 


4 


1 


o 


o 


o 


o 




CALDWELL 


9 


5 


1 





3 










CARROLL 


9 


1 


2 


o 


6 


o 


o 




CASS 


425 


258 


54 


3 


105 


o 


5 




CHARITON 


8 


6 


o 





2 


o 


o 




CLINTON 


44 


22 


8 





14 


o 







COOPER 


69 


49 


5 


1 


13 


1 


o 




DAVIESS 


6 


4 


1 





1 


o 







GENTRY 


12 


9 


o 


o 


3 


o 


o 




GRUNDY 


14 


6 


5 





3 


o 







HARRISON 


15 


10 


3 


o 


2 


o 


o 




HOLT 

















o 







JOHNSON 


208 


133 


38 


2 


33 


o 


2 




LAFAYETTE 


112 


72 


12 


1 


27 


o 







LINN 


16 


8 


2 


o 


6 


o 


o 




LIVINGSTON 


39 


28 


1 


2 


8 










MERCER 

























NODAWAY 


31 


22 


o 





9 


o 


o 




PETTIS 


191 


124 


20 


1 


46 


o 


o 




PUTNAM 


14 


6 


2 





6 


o 


o 




RAY 


32 


22 


5 


o 


4 


o 


1 




SALINE 


24 


2 


1 


o 


20 


o 


1 




SULLIVAN 


5 


1 


1 


o 


3 


o 


o 




WORTH 











o 





o 


o 




NW TOTAL 


1,288 


792 


162 


10 


314 


1 


9 


NE REGION 


ADAIR 


56 


30 


8 


o 


18 


o 







AUDRAIN 


51 


36 


5 


o 


7 


1 


2 




BOONE 


844 


564 


68 


3 


182 


5 


22 




CALLAWAY 


113 


77 


8 





24 


o 


4 




CLARK 


14 


6 


2 





6 


o 







COLE 


425 


237 


42 


3 


136 


3 


4 




GASCONADE 


45 


20 


4 





21 


o 







HOWARD 


25 


16 


5 





3 


1 







KNOX 


8 


6 


1 


1 





o 







LEWIS 


24 


16 


2 





6 


o 







LINCOLN 


130 


70 


10 


3 


45 


o 


2 




MACON 


50 


41 


4 





5 


o 







MARION 


123 


90 


10 





21 


1 


1 




MONITEAU 


49 


32 


1 





14 


2 







MONROE 


22 


18 


1 





3 


o 







MONTGOMERY 


23 


15 


4 


1 


3 










OSAGE 


35 


25 


1 





9 










PIKE 


55 


30 


3 





21 


1 







RALLS 


34 


24 


2 





7 


o 


1 




RANDOLPH 


138 


82 


17 


1 


36 


o 


2 




SCHUYLER 


3 


3 





o 





o 







SCOTLAND 


3 








o 


3 


o 







SHELBY 


16 


7 





o 


9 


o 







WARREN 


70 


52 


9 


1 


6 


o 


2 




NE TOTAL 


2,356 


1,497 


207 


13 


585 


14 


40 


SE REGION 


BOLLINGER 


40 


24 


6 


1 


9 










BUTLER 


287 


213 


25 


4 


36 


1 


8 




CAPE GIRARDEAU 


308 


221 


25 


3 


58 


1 







CARTER 


14 


9 


1 


1 


3 










CRAWFORD 


75 


41 


6 





27 





1 




DENT 


39 


27 


6 


1 


4 





1 




DUNKLIN 


122 


70 


12 


1 


38 





1 




HOWELL 


193 


123 


26 


4 


36 


3 


1 




IRON 


17 


9 


3 





3 





2 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 6 



TABLE 3. CHILD CARE HOUSEHOLDS AND REASON FOR CARE 

Sep-12 







REASON FOR CARE 




TOTAL 








PROTECTIVE 


SPECIAL 


INCAPACITATED 




HOUSEHOLDS 


EMPLOYMENT 


EDUCATION 


TRAINING 


SERVICES 


NEED 


PARENT 






MADISON 


111 


57 


11 


2 


39 


2 







MARIES 


9 


3 


2 





4 










MISSISSIPPI 


108 


85 


13 


1 


9 





o 




NEW MADRID 


111 


75 


8 





27 





1 




OREGON 


22 


17 


2 





3 





o 




PEMISCOT 


133 


84 


13 


4 


32 










PERRY 


60 


41 


6 





12 





1 




PHELPS 


118 


57 


19 


1 


39 


1 


1 




PULASKI 


87 


54 


10 


1 


21 


1 


o 




REYNOLDS 


7 


7 



















RIPLEY 


76 


56 


6 





13 


1 


o 




ST FRANCOIS 


412 


221 


24 


5 


155 


1 


6 




STE GENEVIEVE 


117 


79 


16 


1 


21 










SCOTT 


311 


217 


27 


2 


62 





3 




SHANNON 


10 


10 



















STODDARD 


146 


71 


11 


2 


61 





1 




TEXAS 


51 


34 


6 





10 





1 




WASHINGTON 


165 


77 


8 


1 


79 










WAYNE 


45 


33 


2 





10 










WRIGHT 


44 


23 


9 





12 










SE TOTAL 


3,238 


2,038 


303 


35 


823 


11 


28 




SW REGION 


BARRY 


80 


33 


8 





39 










BARTON 


41 


24 


4 





12 





1 




BATES 


40 


16 


2 


1 


20 





1 




BENTON 


71 


46 


10 





12 





3 




CAMDEN 


61 


28 


9 





24 










CEDAR 


39 


29 


3 





6 





1 




CHRISTIAN 


297 


157 


20 





117 


1 


2 




DADE 


10 


5 








5 










DALLAS 


34 


27 


5 





2 










DOUGLAS 


19 


8 


2 





9 










GREENE 


1,456 


813 


149 


4 


478 


6 


6 




HENRY 


110 


57 


11 


1 


38 


3 







HICKORY 


23 


9 


2 





12 










JASPER 


501 


237 


52 


2 


207 


2 


1 




LACLEDE 


124 


57 


15 


3 


48 





1 




LAWRENCE 


113 


58 


10 





44 





1 




MCDONALD 


37 


17 


5 





15 










MILLER 


35 


25 


2 


1 


7 










MORGAN 


25 


15 


3 





6 





1 




NEWTON 


206 


89 


27 


1 


88 





1 




OZARK 


2 


2 



















POLK 


102 


61 


4 





36 





1 




ST CLAI R 


11 


6 


2 





3 










STONE 


78 


45 


2 





31 










TANEY 


107 


75 


8 


1 


22 


1 







VERNON 


59 


46 


5 


2 


3 





3 




WEBSTER 


111 


52 


11 


1 


47 










SW TOTAL 


3,792 


2,037 


371 


17 


1,331 


13 


23 




KC REGION 


ANDREW 


33 


24 


5 


1 


3 










BUCHANAN 


454 


325 


75 


7 


36 


5 


6 




CLAY 


787 


430 


97 


11 


238 


4 


7 




DE KALB 


13 


7 


4 





2 








JACKSON 


4,514 


2,598 


561 


203 


1,116 


8 


28 




PLATTE 


213 


130 


22 


2 


57 


1 


1 




KC TOTAL 


6,014 


3,514 


764 


224 


1,452 


18 


42 




STL REGION 


FRANKLIN 


368 


182 


32 


1 


152 





1 




JEFFERSON 


932 


525 


91 


6 


305 





5 




ST CHARLES 


962 


566 


141 


10 


231 


5 


9 




ST LOUIS COUNTY 


7,229 


5,014 


1,067 


236 


854 


14 


44 




ST LOUIS CITY 


5,304 


3,518 


1,057 


361 


309 


13 


46 




SL TOTAL 


14,795 


9,805 


2,388 


614 


1,851 


32 


105 


STATEWIDE 




31,483 


19,683 


4,195 


913 


6,356 


89 


247 



NOTE: Households include those active & authorized for care at month end, except for Protective Services which are considered single child 
households active during the month. 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 7 



Figure 5. Children Served 





51,000 




50,000 




49,000 




48,000 




47,000 




46,000 




45,000 


2! 






44 000 


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43,000 




42,000 




41,000 




40,000 




39,000 




38,000 




37,000 




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DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 8 



Figure 7. Children Served by Region 



September 2012 




DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 9 



TABLE 4. CHILDREN SERVED AND PAYMENTS BY FUND CATEGORY 

Sep 2012 





FCS/AC/CTS/IIS 


ADOPTION SUBSIDY 


INCOME ELIGIBLE 


TOTAL (UNDUPLICATED) 




CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 




















NW REGION 


ATCHISON 





$0 





$0 


10 


$1,694 


10 


$1,694 




CALDWELL 


3 


$916 





$0 


3 


$248 


6 


$1,165 




CARROLL 


6 


$1,268 





$0 





$0 


6 


$1,268 




CASS 


75 


$30,754 


32 


$11,981 


405 


$107,931 


512 


$150,666 




CHARITON 





$563 





$0 


7 


$771 


7 


$1,335 




CLINTON 


11 


$4,403 


1 


$105 


49 


$9,466 


61 


$13,974 




COOPER 


8 


$1,791 


5 


$895 


100 


$15,674 


113 


$18,360 




DAVI ESS 





$0 


1 


$279 


9 


$697 


10 


$976 




GENTRY 





$0 


3 


$404 


8 


$1,123 


11 


$1,527 




GRUNDY 


2 


$490 


1 


$289 


11 


$1,409 


14 


$2,187 




HARRISON 


2 


$384 





$0 


17 


$2,346 


19 


$2,730 




HOLT 





$0 





$0 





$0 





$0 




JOHNSON 


24 


$8,375 


9 


$3,307 


257 


$64,700 


290 


$76,382 




LAFAYETTE 


16 


$6,863 


11 


$4,301 


92 


$19,630 


119 


$30,795 




LINN 


3 


$527 


3 


$70 


11 


$1,296 


17 


$1,892 




LIVINGSTON 


8 


$2,377 





$0 


51 


$8,585 


59 


$10,962 




MERCER 





$0 





$0 





$0 





$0 




NODAWAY 


6 


$784 


3 


$443 


24 


$3,424 


33 


$4,652 




PETTIS 


29 


$6,373 


17 


$3,716 


189 


$29,927 


235 


$40,016 




PUTNAM 


6 


$1,536 





$0 


8 


$1,169 


14 


$2,705 




RAY 


2 


$660 


2 


$493 


15 


$3,184 


19 


$4,337 




SALINE 


9 


$2,081 


11 


$3,262 


81 


$17,241 


100 


$22,585 




SULLIVAN 


1 


$245 


2 


$530 


1 


$25 


4 


$799 




WORTH 





$0 





$0 





$0 





$0 




NW TOTAL 


211 


$70,391 


101 


$30,075 


1,348 


$290,539 


1,659 


$391,005 




NE REGION 


ADAIR 


11 


$2,809 


7 


$895 


43 


$6,439 


61 


$10,144 




AUDRAIN 


5 


$778 


2 


$367 


37 


$5,264 


44 


$6,409 




BOONE 


117 


$50,627 


70 


$24,757 


961 


$308,405 


1,147 


$383,790 




CALLAWAY 


13 


$6,885 


7 


$1,933 


92 


$16,518 


112 


$25,336 




CLARK 


6 


$1,320 





$0 


7 


$608 


13 


$1,927 




COLE 


88 


$37,960 


49 


$12,828 


396 


$115,663 


533 


$166,451 




GASCONADE 


15 


$2,869 


6 


$1,435 


30 


$3,462 


51 


$7,766 




HOWARD 





$40 


2 


$537 


10 


$1,339 


12 


$1,916 




KNOX 





$0 





$0 


7 


$880 


7 


$880 




LEWIS 


5 


$1,419 


1 


$378 


21 


$3,563 


27 


$5,359 




LINCOLN 


39 


$10,394 


8 


$1,664 


81 


$15,840 


128 


$27,898 




MACON 


5 


$1,273 





$0 


38 


$6,774 


43 


$8,048 




MARION 


18 


$4,186 


4 


$1,387 


111 


$18,060 


133 


$23,632 




MONITEAU 


9 


$2,712 


5 


$1,430 


51 


$9,625 


65 


$13,766 




MONROE 


2 


$152 


1 


$216 


30 


$4,309 


33 


$4,677 




MONTGOMERY 





$0 


3 


$456 


10 


$874 


13 


$1,330 




OSAGE 


8 


$2,165 


1 


$312 


33 


$5,894 


42 


$8,371 




PIKE 


16 


$2,937 


5 


$1,397 


10 


$1,721 


31 


$6,055 




RALLS 


5 


$1,389 


2 


$517 


11 


$1,561 


18 


$3,467 




RANDOLPH 


27 


$8,178 


9 


$2,133 


139 


$24,115 


175 


$34,427 




SCHUYLER 





$0 





$0 





$0 





$0 




SCOTLAND 


3 


$762 





$0 





$0 


3 


$762 




SHELBY 


2 


$463 


7 


$1,709 


4 


$329 


13 


$2,501 




WARREN 


5 


$526 





$0 


28 


$2,968 


33 


$3,494 




NE TOTAL 


399 


$139,845 


189 


$54,350 


2,150 


$554,212 


2,737 


$748,407 






SE REGION 


BOLLINGER 


8 


$1,810 


1 


$231 


29 


$4,389 


38 


$6,430 




BUTLER 


23 


$7,746 


13 


$3,309 


387 


$71,502 


423 


$82,556 




CAPE GIRARDEAU 


49 


$12,601 


9 


$3,532 


402 


$66,593 


460 


$82,726 




CARTER 


3 


$717 





$0 


9 


$903 


12 


$1,620 




CRAWFORD 


14 


$3,470 


13 


$2,141 


43 


$6,566 


70 


$12,177 




DENT 


1 


$302 


3 


$638 


48 


$5,526 


52 


$6,467 




DUNKLIN 


25 


$6,513 


16 


$4,175 


130 


$23,391 


171 


$34,079 




HOWELL 


23 


$5,698 


10 


$3,880 


240 


$36,919 


273 


$46,498 




IRON 


3 


$1,539 





$0 


1 


$105 


4 


$1,644 




MADISON 


29 


$7,244 


10 


$3,070 


101 


$12,053 


139 


$22,366 




MARIES 


2 


$426 


2 


$465 


7 


$1,153 


11 


$2,045 




MISSISSIPPI 


9 


$2,414 





$0 


144 


$22,123 


153 


$24,538 




NEW MADRID 


23 


$5,073 


1 


$1,639 


148 


$24,338 


172 


$31,050 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 10 



TABLE 4. CHILDREN SERVED AND PAYMENTS BY FUND CATEGORY 

Sep 2012 



FCS/AC/CTS/IIS 



ADOPTION SUBSIDY 



INCOME ELIGIBLE 



TOTAL (UNDUPLICATED) 





CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 


CHILDREN 


PAYMENTS 






OREGON 





$0 


3 


$604 


14 


$1,644 


17 


$2,248 




PEMISCOT 


25 


$6,520 


7 


$1,300 


191 


$31,178 


223 


$38,999 




PERRY 


8 


$1,990 


4 


$1,212 


52 


$8,216 


64 


$11,419 




PHELPS 


19 


$4,386 


20 


$5,261 


91 


$14,190 


130 


$23,837 




PULASKI 


22 


$5,477 


3 


$792 


66 


$8,249 


91 


$14,518 




REYNOLDS 





$0 





$0 


2 


$251 


2 


$251 




RIPLEY 


8 


$1,874 


5 


$1,018 


71 


$9,267 


84 


$12,159 




ST FRANCOIS 


98 


$26,799 


57 


$13,552 


366 


$55,419 


521 


$95,770 




STE GENEVIEVE 


14 


$3,420 


7 


$1,624 


45 


$6,851 


66 


$11,895 




SCOTT 


50 


$12,715 


12 


$2,182 


365 


$56,998 


427 


$71,895 




SHANNON 





$0 





$0 


3 


$344 


3 


$344 




STODDARD 


50 


$12,295 


11 


$2,676 


96 


$13,089 


157 


$28,059 




TEXAS 


1 


$196 


9 


$3,727 


54 


$6,805 


64 


$10,728 




WASHINGTON 


49 


$12,467 


32 


$7,738 


135 


$22,745 


216 


$42,949 




WAYNE 





$0 


10 


$1,933 


42 


$6,292 


52 


$8,226 




WRIGHT 


9 


$1,824 


4 


$832 


31 


$4,192 


44 


$6,848 




SE TOTAL 


565 


$145,519 


262 


$67,532 


3,313 


$521,290 


4,139 


$734,341 




SW REGION 


BARRY 


24 


$7,360 


15 


$2,674 


47 


$7,976 


86 


$18,010 




BARTON 


3 


$376 


8 


$1,358 


40 


$6,445 


51 


$8,178 




BATES 


12 


$2,853 


8 


$1,944 


11 


$1,574 


31 


$6,372 




BENTON 


10 


$2,319 


2 


$581 


62 


$9,507 


74 


$12,408 




CAMDEN 


13 


$3,969 


11 


$2,340 


41 


$5,365 


65 


$11,674 




CEDAR 


5 


$1,221 


1 


$225 


32 


$3,796 


38 


$5,242 




CHRISTIAN 


55 


$17,055 


69 


$16,289 


156 


$26,347 


280 


$59,692 




DADE 





$0 


5 


$721 


4 


$512 


9 


$1,233 




DALLAS 


2 


$563 





$0 


42 


$5,531 


44 


$6,094 




DOUGLAS 


7 


$1,008 


2 


$250 


10 


$1,236 


19 


$2,495 




GREENE 


249 


$105,782 


222 


$80,546 


1,186 


$288,429 


1,656 


$474,756 




HENRY 


25 


$6,607 


13 


$3,908 


78 


$13,077 


116 


$23,592 




HICKORY 


11 


$2,283 


2 


$387 


10 


$960 


23 


$3,630 




JASPER 


109 


$35,969 


99 


$22,810 


302 


$50,530 


510 


$109,309 




LACLEDE 


35 


$8,829 


13 


$3,645 


78 


$9,200 


126 


$21,674 




LAWRENCE 


25 


$4,972 


18 


$4,983 


78 


$11,291 


121 


$21,246 




MCDONALD 


8 


$1,604 


8 


$1,455 


30 


$3,064 


46 


$6,123 




MILLER 


6 


$1,602 





$0 


31 


$4,099 


37 


$5,701 




MORGAN 


3 


$474 


3 


$515 


19 


$2,955 


25 


$3,944 




NEWTON 


53 


$19,295 


33 


$10,064 


155 


$30,410 


241 


$59,769 




OZARK 





$0 





$0 


9 


$1,590 


9 


$1,590 




POLK 


24 


$4,952 


13 


$4,887 


75 


$11,315 


112 


$21,154 




ST CLAI R 


1 


$223 


2 


$536 


8 


$1,090 


11 


$1,849 




STONE 


19 


$5,171 


12 


$2,397 


58 


$9,572 


89 


$17,140 




TANEY 


19 


$3,895 


3 


$821 


61 


$7,850 


79 


$12,566 




VERNON 


2 


$353 


1 


$257 


61 


$7,086 


64 


$7,696 




WEBSTER 


15 


$4,096 


31 


$6,129 


52 


$8,442 


98 


$18,667 




SW TOTAL 


735 


$242,833 


594 


$169,720 


2,736 


$529,250 


4,060 


$941,803 




KC REGION 


ANDREW 


1 


$328 


2 


$656 


16 


$2,842 


19 


$3,826 




BUCHANAN 


16 


$7,480 


20 


$6,097 


598 


$173,534 


634 


$187,111 




CLAY 


127 


$56,701 


114 


$38,392 


602 


$161,967 


843 


$257,060 




DE KALB 





$0 


2 


$756 


9 


$1,881 


11 


$2,637 




JACKSON 


682 


$330,684 


434 


$165,902 


5,133 


$1,529,954 


6,246 


$2,026,541 




PLATTE 


30 


$17,819 


24 


$9,230 


179 


$49,248 


233 


$76,297 




KC TOTAL 


856 


$413,012 


596 


$221,034 


6,537 


$1,919,428 


7,986 


$2,553,473 




STL REGION 


FRANKLIN 


116 


$46,079 


38 


$10,923 


305 


$80,249 


459 


$137,251 




JEFFERSON 


200 


$97,817 


103 


$44,421 


875 


$234,549 


1,175 


$376,787 




ST CHARLES 


143 


$70,034 


88 


$33,677 


1,095 


$306,961 


1,325 


$410,672 




ST LOUIS COUNTY 


426 


$203,291 


436 


$165,199 


10,453 


$3,248,133 


11,314 


$3,616,622 




ST LOUIS CITY 


175 


$88,993 


123 


$49,894 


8,415 


$2,791,702 


8,713 


$2,930,589 




SL TOTAL 


1,060 


$506,213 


788 


$304,114 


21,143 


$6,661,593 


22,981 


$7,471,920 






$0 














|OUT OF STATE 


o 


o 


$0 


O 


$0 


O 


$0 



STATEWIDE (UNDUPLICATED) 



3,826| $1,517,812| 2,530| $846,824| 37,227 1 $10,476,312 1 43,558 1 $12,840,948 



NOTE: Children may have been served in more than one category and/or in more than one county for a report month. 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 11 



Figure 8. Total Children Served By Age Group 



September 2012 



12-Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 





Figure 9. Children Served Age < 2 by Facility 



September 2012 



12- Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 



Group Home Care 
174 

2% 




Famly Home Care 
2,812 
31% 



Group Home Care 
183 
2% 




DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 12 



Figure 10. Children Served Ages 2-5 by Facility 



September 2012 



12- Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 




Famiy Home Care 
5,841 
24% 



Group Home Care 
569 
2% 




Figure 11. Children Served Age > 5 by Facility 



September 2012 




12-Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 



Group Home Ore 

259 
2% 



Fanfly Home Care 
5,305 
39% 




DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 13 



Figure 12. Children Served in Center by Age 



September 2012 




12- Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 




Figure 13. Children Served in Family Home by Age 



September 2012 



12- Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 





Figure 14. Children Served in Group Home by Age 



September 2012 



12-Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 




Ages 2-5 
517 
52% 




DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 14 



TABLE 5. CHILDREN SERVED AND PAYMENTS BY CHILD AGE AND FACILITY 
Sep-12 









CHANGE 






CHANGE 




CHILDREN 


CHILDREN 


FROM 


PAYMENTS 


PAYMENTS 


FROM 




Sep-2012 


Sep-2011 


LAST YEAR 


Sep-2012 


Sep-2011 


LAST YEAR 




TOTAL (UNDUPLICATED) 


43,558 


50,353 


-13.5% 


$12,840,948 


$14,982,742 


-14.3% 


CHILDREN BY CHILD AGE* 














UNDERAGE 1 


3,025 


3,665 


-17.5% 


$1,389,143 


$1,579,836 


-12.1% 


AGE 1 


4,767 


5,706 


-16.5% 


$2,255,138 


$2,654,023 


-15.0% 


AGE 2 


5,749 


6,747 


-14.8% 


$1,657,662 


$1,912,884 


-13.3% 


AGE 3 


6,019 


7,299 


-17.5% 


$1,722,121 


$2,095,967 


-17.8% 


AGE 4 


6,056 


6,900 


-12.2% 


$1,713,838 


$1,969,508 


-13.0% 


AGE 5 


4,387 


4,820 


-9.0% 


$985,373 


$1,132,972 


-13.0% 


AGE 6 


3,151 


3,487 


-9.6% 


$689,072 


$791,605 


-13.0% 


AGE 7 


2,597 


2,942 


-11.7% 


$577,651 


$669,215 


-13.7% 


AGE 8 


2,215 


2,698 


-17.9% 


$485,878 


$625,088 


-22.3% 


AGE 9 


2,016 


2,144 


-6.0% 


$454,713 


$491,047 


-7.4% 


AGE 10 


1,626 


1,830 


-11.1% 


$370,691 


$424,087 


-12.6% 


AGE 11 


1,261 


1,369 


-7.9% 


$287,595 


$332,620 


-13.5% 


AGE 12 


813 


956 


-15.0% 


$186,080 


$234,074 


-20.5% 


AGE 13 


77 


83 


-7.2% 


$24,422 


$24,876 


-1.8% 


AGE 14 and over 


113 


122 


-7.4% 


$41,573 


$44,940 


-7.5% 


CHILDREN BY FACILITY TYPE** 












CENTER 


30,482 


34,660 


-12.1% 


$9,658,284 


$11,147,284 


-13.4% 


FAMILY HOME 


12,591 


15,397 


-18.2% 


$2,981,870 


$3,631,304 


-17.9% 


GROUP HOME 


988 


1,080 


-8.5% 


$200,795 


$204,154 


-1.6% 


CHILD AGE BY FACILITY TYPE** 












UNDERAGE 1 














CENTER 


2,064 


2,335 


-11.6% 


$1,102,780 


$1,197,679 


-7.9% 


FAMILY HOME 


935 


1,307 


-28.5% 


$267,497 


$362,347 


-26.2% 


GROUP HOME 


63 


71 


-11.3% 


$18,865 


$19,810 


-4.8% 


AGE 1 














CENTER 


3,362 


3,922 


-14.3% 


$1,829,907 


$2,122,343 


-13.8% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,348 


1,744 


-22.7% 


$393,881 


$500,537 


-21.3% 


GROUP HOME 


111 


115 


-3.5% 


$31,350 


$31,143 


0.7% 


AGE 2 














CENTER 


4,247 


4,897 


-13.3% 


$1,300,439 


$1,467,317 


-11.4% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,431 


1,815 


-21.2% 


$331,888 


$416,752 


-20.4% 


GROUP HOME 


133 


162 


-17.9% 


$25,335 


$28,814 


-12.1% 


AGE 3 














CENTER 


4,628 


5,469 


-15.4% 


$1,390,259 


$1,655,330 


-16.0% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,313 


1,771 


-25.9% 


$303,951 


$408,923 


-25.7% 


GROUP HOME 


148 


172 


-14.0% 


$27,911 


$31,714 


-12.0% 


AGE 4 














CENTER 


4,669 


5,287 


-11.7% 


$1,380,110 


$1,579,064 


-12.6% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,337 


1,585 


-15.6% 


$304,526 


$366,675 


-16.9% 


GROUP HOME 


142 


145 


-2.1% 


$29,202 


$23,769 


22.9% 


AGE 5 














CENTER 


3,246 


3,497 


-7.2% 


$741,229 


$842,685 


-12.0% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,099 


1,306 


-15.8% 


$229,962 


$273,533 


-15.9% 


GROUP HOME 


94 


105 


-10.5% 


$14,182 


$16,754 


-15.4% 



*Age reflects the age of the child when the care was provided, and not when payment was made. A child could be 
more than one age group if payments were made for multiple service months during the report month. 
** A child is counted in each facility type where care was provided. 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 15 



TABLE 5. CHILDREN SERVED AND PAYMENTS BY CHILD AGE AND FACILITY 
Sep-2012 





CHILDREN 
Sep-2012 


CHILDREN 
Sep-2011 


CHANGE 
FROM 
LAST YEAR 


PAYMENTS 
Sep-2012 


PAYMENTS 
Sep-2011 


CHANGE 
FROM 
LAST YEAR 


AGE 6 














CENTER 


2,103 


2,359 


-10.9% 


$465,503 


$550,700 


-15.5% 


FAMILY HOME 


1,020 


1,096 


-6.9% 


$212,990 


$225,087 


-5.4% 


GROUP HOME 


65 


87 


-25.3% 


$10,578 


$15,818 


-33.1% 


AGE 7 














CENTER 


1,704 


1,915 


-11.0% 


$383,052 


$445,790 


-14.1% 


FAMILY HOME 


845 


1,011 


-16.4% 


$180,430 


$213,050 


-15.3% 


GROUP HOME 


72 


64 


12.5% 


$14,169 


$10,375 


36.6% 


AGE 8 














CENTER 


1,391 


1,711 


-18.7% 


$309,703 


$413,599 


-25.1% 


FAMILY HOME 


803 


957 


-16.1% 


$168,511 


$202,385 


-16.7% 


GROUP HOME 


47 


60 


-21.7% 


$7,665 


$9,103 


-15.8% 


AGE 9 














CENTER 


1,251 


1,278 


-2.1% 


$289,910 


$305,759 


-5.2% 


FAMILY HOME 


733 


856 


-14.4% 


$156,707 


$179,142 


-12.5% 


GROUP HOME 


48 


39 


23.1% 


$8,096 


$6,146 


31.7% 


AGE 10 














CENTER 


937 


1,048 


-10.6% 


$219,276 


$253,832 


-13.6% 


FAMILY HOME 


671 


778 


-13.8% 


$144,837 


$165,600 


-12.5% 


GROUP HOME 


32 


28 


14.3% 


$6,578 


$4,655 


41.3% 


AGE 11 














CENTER 


653 


729 


-10.4% 


$149,433 


$185,961 


-19.6% 


FAMILY HOME 


600 


630 


-4.8% 


$134,960 


$142,001 


-5.0% 


GROUP HOME 


17 


23 


-26.1% 


$3,202 


$4,658 


-31.3% 


AGE 12 














CENTER 


356 


429 


-17.0% 


$80,583 


$108,433 


-25.7% 


FAMILY HOME 


449 


530 


-15.3% 


$102,364 


$124,782 


-18.0% 


GROUP HOME 


16 


8 


100.0% 


$3,133 


$860 


264.4% 


AGE 13 














CENTER 


30 


31 


-3.2% 


$8,715 


$8,713 


0.0% 


FAMILY HOME 


47 


51 


-7.8% 


$15,707 


$15,872 


-1.0% 


GROUP HOME 





1 


0.0% 


$0 


$291 


-100.0% 


AGE 14 and over 














CENTER 


28 


28 


0.0% 


$7,385 


$10,079 


-26.7% 


FAMILY HOME 


83 


93 


-10.8% 


$33,659 


$34,617 


-2.8% 


GROUP HOME 


2 


1 


0.0% 


$529 


$244 


116.9% 



*Age reflects the age of the child when the care was provided, and not when payment was made. A child could be 
counted in more than one age group if payments were made for multiple service months during the report 
**A child is counted in each facility type where care was provided. 



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TABLE 6. CHILD CARE DEMOGRAPHICS 











SEP-30-2012 


SEP-30-2011 






Race of Children 












White 


45.0% 


46.5% 








Black 


51.2% 


50.1% 








Other 


3.8% 


3.4% 




Hispanic - Children 












Yes 


3.0% 


2.8% 








No 


97.0% 


97.2% 




Type of Household 












One parent 


93.5% 


92.6% 








Two parent 


6.5% 


7.4% 




Household Size 












2 


37.8% 


38.3% 








3 


32.3% 


32.0% 








4 


18.1% 


18.0% 








5 


7.8% 


7.9% 








6 


2.7% 


2.7% 








7 or more 


1.4% 


1.3% 




Monthly Household Income by Household Size* 






Household Size= 


=2 










$545 OR LESS 




43% 


of poverty guidelines 


38.2% 


41.9% 


$546-$654 




52% 


of poverty guidelines 


4.0% 


4.5% 


$655-$763 




61% 


of poverty guidelines 


4.9% 


4.7% 


$764-$872 




69% 


of poverty guidelines 


5.8% 


5.7% 


$873-$981 




78% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.0% 


6.1% 


$982-$l,090 




87% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.7% 


6.4% 


$1,091-$1,199 




95% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.2% 


6.3% 


$1,200-$1,524 




121% 


of poverty guidelines 


20.8% 


19.0% 


OVER $1,524 




Over 121% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.3% 


4.5% 


Household Size= 


=3 










$674 OR LESS 




42% 


of poverty guidelines 


30.9% 


34.9% 


$675-$808 




51% 


of poverty guidelines 


5.1% 


5.3% 


$809-$943 




59% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.1% 


6.1% 


$944-$l,078 




68% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.8% 


6.8% 


$1,079-$1,212 




76% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.1% 


7.1% 


$1,213-$1,347 




85% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.4% 


7.6% 


$1,348-$1,482 




93% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.1% 


7.9% 


$1,483-$1,885 




119% 


of poverty guidelines 


21.7% 


19.1% 


OVER $1,885 




Over 119% 


of poverty guidelines 


5.9% 


5.3% 


Household Size= 


=4 










$802 OR LESS 




42% 


of poverty guidelines 


29.8% 


33.3% 


$803-$962 




50% 


of poverty guidelines 


6.1% 


6.3% 


$963-$l,122 




58% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.5% 


6.4% 


$1,123-$1,283 




67% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.1% 


8.0% 


$1,284-$1,443 




75% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.4% 


8.8% 


$1,444-$1,604 




84% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.3% 


7.8% 


$1,605-$1,764 




92% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.5% 


7.3% 


$l,765-$2,244 




117% 


of poverty guidelines 


19.6% 


17.9% 


OVER $2,244 




Over 117% 


of poverty guidelines 


4.7% 


6.3% 


Household Size= 


= 5 










0-$930 




41% 


of poverty guidelines 


29.4% 


36.3% 


$931-$1,116 




50% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.6% 


8.0% 


$1,117-$1,302 




58% 


of poverty guidelines 


10.1% 


8.4% 


$1,303-$1,488 




66% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.8% 


8.0% 


$1,489-$1,674 




74% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.6% 


8.0% 


$1,675-$1,860 




83% 


of poverty guidelines 


8.4% 


6.9% 


$l,861-$2,046 




91% 


of poverty guidelines 


7.8% 


6.8% 


$2,047-$2,601 




116% 


of poverty guidelines 


15.0% 


14.6% 


OVER $2,601 




Over 116% 


of poverty guidelines 


4.4% 


3.0% 



NOTE: Percentages are based on children and households authorized for child care as of 

the end of the report month. 
* This table reflects Federal HHS Poverty Guidelines issued January 26, 2012. 



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TABLE 6A. HOUSEHOLDS RECEIVING TRANSITIONAL CHILDCARE SUBSIDY (TCC) 

SEPTEMBER 2012 





TRANSITIONAL 


TRANSITIONAL 


TRANSITIONAL 


AVERAGE 


AVERAGE CHILD 




HOUSEHOLDS 


CHILDREN 


EXPENDITURES 


HOUSEHOLD 


EXPENDITURE 










EXPENDITURE 






NW REGION 


15 


21 


$3,110 


$207 


$148 


NE REGION 


26 


40 


$6,025 


$232 


$151 


SE REGION 


46 


70 


$6,183 


$134 


$88 


SW REGION 


62 


81 


$9,728 


$157 


$120 


KC REGION 


101 


164 


$27,901 


$276 


$170 


SL REGION 


281 


426 


$80,009 


$285 


$188 


| STATEWIDE 


531 


802 


$132,955 


$250 


$i6e| 



Figure 15. TRANSITIONAL HOUSEHOLDS BY REGION 




Figure 16. TRANSITIONAL CHILDREN BY REGION 




Note: The Transitional Child Care (TCC) benefit is at a reduced rate of the traditional child care benefit, meaning 
TCC families have an increased responsibilty for their child care cost. TCC is only available to current child 
care families who have an increase in income making them ineligible for traditional child care assistance. 



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Figure 17. Children Served by Provider Type 



September 2012 




12-Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 



10,387 
21% 




Figure 18. Child Care Providers by Type 



September 2012 



Licensed 
1,984 
38% 



Registered 
2,852 
54% 



12-Month Average 
September 2011-August 2012 



Licensed 
2,152 
37% 




3 j 34 License Exanpt 

55% 452 



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TABLE 7. CHILDREN SERVED, PROVIDERS AND PAYMENTS BY PROVIDER TYPE 

Sep 2012 





NUMBER 


NUMBER 


CHANGE 




OR AMOUNT 


OR AMOUNT 


FROM 




Sep-2012 


Sep-2011 


LAST YEAR 


*** TOTAL LICENSED *** 








CHI LDREN 


30,286 


34,834 


-13.1% 


PROVI DERS 


1,984 


2,115 


-6.2% 


PAYMENTS 


$9,491,354 


$10,996,573 


-13.7% 


CENTERS 








CHI LDREN 


26,113 


29,567 


-11.7% 


PROVIDERS 


1,219 


1,244 


-2.0% 


PAYMENTS 


$8,548,980 


$9,794,447 


-12.7% 


FAMILY HOMES 








CHI LDREN 


3,313 


4,430 


-25.2% 


PROVI DERS 


640 


749 


-14.6% 


PAYMENTS 


$741,578 


$997,972 


-25.7% 


GROUP HOMES 








CHI LDREN 


988 


1,080 


-8.5% 


PROVI DERS 


126 


122 


3.3% 


PAYMENTS 


$200,795 


$204,154 


-1.6% 






*** REGISTERED *** 








CHI LDREN 


9,415 


11,094 


-15.1% 


PROVIDERS 


2,852 


3,263 


-12.6% 


PAYMENTS 


$2,276,804 


$2,671,228 


-14.8% 


FOUR OR LESS 








UNRELATED CHILDREN 








CHI LDREN 


9,269 


10,928 


-15.2% 


PROVI DERS 


2,767 


3,165 


-12.6% 


PAYMENTS 


$2,230,335 


$2,618,978 


-14.8% 


OUT-OF-STATE PROVIDER 








LICENSE EXEMPT 








CHI LDREN 


28 


28 


0.0% 


PROVIDERS 


14 


14 


0.0% 


PAYMENTS 


$7,628 


$5,492 


38.9% 


OUT-OF-STATE PROVIDER 








LICENSED BY OTHER STATE 








CHI LDREN 


118 


133 


-11.3% 


PROVIDERS 


71 


82 


-13.4% 


PAYMENTS 


$38,842 


$45,556 


-14.7% 


MILITARY 








CHI LDREN 





5 


-100.0% 


PROVI DERS 





2 


-100.0% 


PAYMENTS 


$0 


$1,202 


-100.0% 




*** TOTAL LICENSE EXEMPT *** 








CHI LDREN 


4,611 


5,403 


-14.7% 


PROVIDERS 


422 


459 


-8.1% 


PAYMENTS 


$1,072,791 


$1,314,940 


-18.4% 


SCHOOL 








CHI LDREN 


1,093 


1,408 


-22.4% 


PROVIDERS 


184 


213 


-13.6% 


PAYMENTS 


$221,438 


$276,314 


-19.9% 


BUSINESS 








CHI LDREN 


15 


3 


400.0% 


PROVIDERS 


2 


1 


100.0% 


PAYMENTS 


$1,462 


$265 


450.6% 


RELIGIOUS 








CHI LDREN 


3,003 


3,590 


-16.4% 


PROVIDERS 


203 


215 


-5.6% 


PAYMENTS 


$755,959 


$949,285 


-20.4% 


SUMMER 








CHI LDREN 


522 


438 


19.2% 


PROVI DERS 


33 


30 


10.0% 


PAYMENTS 


$93,933 


$89,076 


5.5% 



DSS ECPSS MONTHLY MANAGEMENT REPORT - 20